Top 9 Best Brunch in Las Vegas

Don’t forget about the unlimited MIMOSAS (only at certain locations)

9. Pinches Tacos
Tacos for Brunch!? Yaaasssss! Located in the heart of The Gramercy, Pinches Tacos is a local favorite for Brunch but also for tacos and margaritas. The Blood Orange margarita is a must, its flavorful with just the right amount of sweetness.

and of course CHURROS!!!!

8. Sid’s Cafe at Westgate
Tucked away inside the Westgate Hotel and Casino off of Paradise Road, is a cute little, old style Vegas cafe. With a full menu, you can get breakfast any time of day. But you must go for the GIANT cinnamon roll. It’s literally as big as your head! Don’t take my word for it, check it out yourself. Then be sure to check out Serenity Spa afterwords for a perfect brunch afternoon. 

7. Kitchen Table & Kitchen Table Squared
With two locations in the Las Vegas area; Henderson and The Gramercy in Summerlin. Kitchen Table not only has amazing food like homemade monkey bread and the best avocado toast around, but they serve some of the most amazing hot chocolates and lattes such as a s’mores latte complete with a jumbo toasted marshmellow on top. They also offer bottomless mimosas with homemade fruit puree such as strawberry, blackberry, peach, and pineapple to name a few.

6. Served
A newer brunch spot in Henderson that has quickly become one of my go to brunch spots for when friends come to town. The chef takes modern breakfast items and gives them his own twist. Several of the dishes are Philippino infused. One of my favorite items is their pork belly eggs benedict. This last year I’ve become obsessed with eggs benedict and usually order them whenever I travel. While you wait for your food, they server cinnamon pita chips with a homemade nutella type of dip. It is divine!

5. 7th & Carson
Located Downtown on 7th & Carson, which is where the name comes from, recently opened for brunch and lunch only 5 days a week. The first of the year they will be open 7 days a week. With indoor and outdoor seating, this makes it a great place for brunch anytime of the year. The menu has a wide range of items including yogurt with granola and berries, brioche French toast, avocado toast, a scrumptious breakfast pizza and chicken and waffles with a bourbon syrup. They have an open style kitchen which gives the restaurant a rustic feel, and fun to watch the chefs cook.

4. Whist Stove & Spirits
A favorite spot for locals in the Henderson and Green Valley area. They offer inside and outdoor seating which sometimes includes live music. The décor is very old English meets modern and the food is just as inspired. With bottomless mimosas and bloody Mary’s; they have a bloody mary bar where you can create and customize your own bloody marys, they offer a wide range of appetizers, entrees and authentic options such as bangers and eggs. After brunch you can head over the to casino for some slots, check out a movie, or do some shopping in The District.

3. Terrace Point Café at the Wynn
Vegan options including the BEST vegan chicken and waffles served your choice of spicy or regular syrup. I opted for the spicy; cayenne pepper is the secret ingredient. The also offer unlimited mimosas, such is an important factor when choosing the perfect brunch place. There is indoor and outdoor seating that overlooks the fabulous hotel pool.

2. Lake Las Vegas: Boating Brunch
Lake Las Vegas is a hidden gem outside of the city. A quaint little set up of restaurants and shops surrounding a beautiful man made lake. Along with the dining and shopping, there are also water sports such as paddle board rentals, kayaks, and self chartered small boats. Through Las Vegas Water Sports you can rent a boat and have brunch on the boat. They provide a bottle of champagne for mimosas and a $25 voucher for some pastries from the Le Café De Lac, which has some amazing bites and lattes. The staff at the café will pack up the champagne and pastries in cute little baskets to be enjoyed while you self drive the boat along Lake Las Vegas. It is definitely a fun and unique experience for locals as well as tourists. The rental price of the boat is very reasonable and is available year round.

1. Buddy V’s 
World famous Buddy V’s Ristorante definitely lives up to its standards. I’m not a buffet type person but this was by far the best buffet I’ve ever been to, and Vegas has A LOT of buffets to choose from. 

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  1. Theresa Marie Daily

    February 4, 2018 at 10:48 pm

    All this food looks amazing! I am saving this post for the future. I might be going to Las Vegas soon so I will 100% be needing this post! Thanks for sharing (:

  2. Ayron Bloss

    February 4, 2018 at 11:10 pm

    Your welcome! There are so many amazing places to eat at here. Let me know if you need any other recommendations!

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